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  1. #16
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    Re: Is this the final version of F13?

    Quote Originally Posted by mh3rn4nd3z3
    You lost me at "only"
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    Re: Is this the final version of F13?

    You lost me at "only"

    Jajaja, Yes, Me too.
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  3. #18
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    Re: Is this the final version of F13?

    lmao

  4. #19
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    Re: Is this the final version of F13?

    Quote Originally Posted by giulix
    Here we go again....
    Everybody be careful. This version has rockets and we don't want anything exploding.

  5. #20
    mh3rn4nd3z3 Guest

    Talking Re: Is this the final version of F13?

    Quote Originally Posted by hephasteus
    Everybody be careful. This version has rockets and we don't want anything exploding.
    Nah, Fedora ain't got nothing on me. I dare this version to mess up

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    Re: Is this the final version of F13?

    Quote Originally Posted by GoinEasy9
    Only those that have climbed the koji mountain and transversed the bodhi hills, solved the wiki maze and put the unity planets in order were given the algorithm to open the space-time continuum and find the future iso on May 13th. We are all hoping that the over-clocked Linux clusters at CERN can close the black hole that that link has opened. Fedora 13 wasn't released on May 13th, it will be released at 10AM tomorrow. The iso's from that link are only a paradox and cannot be explained without going into theoretical particle physics.
    It seems the paradox works very well on my hardware. Can we imagine ourselves as time travelers?

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  7. #22
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    Re: Is this the final version of F13?

    Quote Originally Posted by marklf
    leigh123linux, could you tell us why the RC3 can be the final? I find the site you gave us has almost the same thing as this mirror's, which means we can have the final release on May 13, only if we can find it on that alt.fedoraproject.org which could have this release much earlier than those mirrors.
    But, why?
    Thanks.

    alt.fedoraproject.org hosts the test composes and nightly builds.
    RC3 was the last release candidate made, it had to go though testing first before final release.

  8. #23
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    Re: Is this the final version of F13?

    Quote Originally Posted by leigh123linux
    alt.fedoraproject.org hosts the test composes and nightly builds.
    RC3 was the last release candidate made, it had to go though testing first before final release.
    Thanks!

    AND, here comes the real final release:


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    Re: Is this the final version of F13?

    Quote Originally Posted by mh3rn4nd3z3
    I find it really hard to believe that this release got pushed back only 1 week!

    That's awesome

    I will wait a couple of days before installing since I want a new CPU for this release
    If I Recall Correctly, sometime after the release of Fedora 12, the Fedora 13 was scheduled to be released within week before/after uBuntu Lucid Lynx. But it's better this way, so the hype won't be shared with uBuntu release
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  10. #25
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    Re: Is this the final version of F13?

    looks like rc3 was final as this rc3 checksum is the same as the few french/german mirrors that are just opening up their f13 directories - all with may 13th timestamps.

    http://alt.fedoraproject.org/pub/alt...86_64-CHECKSUM

    http://fr2.rpmfind.net/linux/fedora/...86_64-CHECKSUM

    bit of a pain, i've been waiting to replace my hard disk since the 17th!

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